The coronacrisis has accelerated the shift to e-commerce purchase habits
According to LearnBonds, Shopify became one of the biggest gainers amid the pandemic when its stock has more than doubled. The data found that Shopify’s gross merchandise volume grew sharply in April compared to Q1 2020.
At the same time, Shopify’s shares grew more than 100% from March lows to the highest level of $740 at the beginning of April before retreating to $708.
Along with that, the company anticipates to generate $1.295 billion in gross proceeds from the offering to strengthen its balance sheet and support investment. The company’s Q1 revenue increased 47% year over year to $470 million, beating analysts’ expectations by $27 million.
The report highlighted that Shopify’s Q1 adjusted gross profit jumped 44% to $263.8 million, whereas its adjusted net income came in at $22.3 million compared to $7.1 million in 2019.
We’ve reported that Shopify introduced POS that will help brick-and-mortar retailers increase sales and reopen stores amid the pandemic. As to the major advantages, the platform enables local customers to get their orders securely without even leaving their car with a “curbside pickup” option.